AWARDS – UK Jewellery Awards 2024 winners revealed


The winners of the UK Jewellery Awards 2024 in association with the Betts Group were revealed in a glittering ceremony at London’s iconic Old Billingsgate venue.

AWARDS – UK Jewellery Awards 2024 winners revealed

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery was the big winner on the evening, walking away with two gongs for Bespoke Jewellery Retailer of the Year, and Ethical/Sustainable Jewellery Business of the Year.

Other big winners on the night included fashion jewellery brand ChloBo, which scooped the coveted Jewellery Brand of the Year Award.

Meanwhile watch brand Seiko took home the trophy for Watch Brand of the Year.

Multi-store independent TH Baker was crowned Retailer of the Year (six stores or more), while Sonny’s Jewellers in Birmingham’s jewellery quarter walked away with the Jewellery Retailer of the Year (five stores or fewer) award.

Outgoing chief executive of the Houlden Group, Helen Haddow, was awarded the prestigious Outstanding Contribution to the Industry Award for her commitment to the Houlden Group, its retail members and supplier partners.

Over 600 people attended the event and made the most of the good weather with a drinks reception held on the banks of the River Thames, overlooking Tower Bridge.

The Betts Group was headline partner of the event. Other sponsors included the Company of Master Jewellers, Hockley Mint, Pursuit, SMO, Studex, TH March, The Retail Jeweller Festival, Windiam and WOLF. Herbelin was a supporter, and the National Association of Jewellers was the event’s official supporter.

Commenting on the 2024 awards, Retail Jeweller managing editor Ruth Faulkner said: “We were thrilled to welcome our guests to the picturesque Old Billingsgate for this year’s awards. It was a wonderful evening of celebration of everything which is good about this trade and a huge congratulations to all our finalists and winners.”

AWARDS – UK Jewellery Awards 2024 winners revealed

The 2025 awards will take place on Wednesday 25 June.

Full list of winners below:

Bespoke Jewellery Retailer of the Year

Winner: Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery

Bridal Jewellery Retailer of the Year sponsored by Hockley Mint

Winner: Daniel Christopher Jewellery

Commercial Jewellery Designer of the Year

Winner: Lucy Quartermaine, Lucy Quartermaine

Creative Jewellery Designer of the Year

Winner: Susi Smither, The Rock Hound

Highly commended: Charlotte Garnett Jewellery Design

Emerging Jewellery Designer of the Year

Winner: Caitlin Murphy

Highly commended: Samantha Snow, S J Snow Jewellery

Emerging jewellery/watch brand of the year sponsored by WOLF

Winner: Amelia Scott

Employer of the Year

Winner: Beaverbrooks The Jewellers

Ethical/Sustainable Business of the year sponsored by SMO

Winner: Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery

Highly commended: Weston Beamor Group

Jewellery Brand of the Year

Winner: ChloBo

Jewellery Retailer of the Year (five stores or fewer) sponsored by TH March

Winner: Sonny’s Jewellers

Jewellery/Watch Supplier of the Year sponsored by the Retail Jeweller Festival

Winner: Gecko Jewellery

Marketing/Social Media Campaign or Collaboration of the Year

Winner: Summer of Love / Get into the Groove, Wongs Jewellers

Highly commended: Cooksongold & Argent College jewellery making kit collaboration project

Online Retail Strategy of the Year sponsored by Pursuit

Winner: Dainty London

Retail Team of the Year sponsored by Studex

Winner: F. Hinds, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Retailer of the Year (six stores or more) sponsored by Windiam

Winner: TH Baker

Service Supplier of the Year

Winner: Birmingham Assay Office

Store Design of the Year

Winner: Camilla Jones, Alcester, Warwickshire

Highly commended: Forge, Leather Lane, London

Watch Brand of the Year

Winner: Seiko

Watch Retailer of the Year (five stores or fewer)

Winner: WATCHO